Broken Puffed Paddy Panchakajjaya (layapitta panchakajjayya) is prepared as naivedyam for different poojas, called as prasadam.
Kantola tastes yummy when salted and shallow fried with oil. With no prep you can prepare them in minutes. Makes a simple, easy to prepare side dish for lunch.
Tender bamboo shoots are a favourite among Konkani's. Keerla chakko/sukke is a dry, spicy coconut based side dish prepared with tender bamboo shoots.
Stir fries are called as upakari in konkani. Upakaris are very easy to prepare, make a simple, healthy, side dish with a flavourful seasoning.
Make boring idlis interesting by frying and making them crispy. Kids as well as adults will love these crispy idlis. Best way to empty any leftover idli. ;-)
Bored of all types of maggi?? Here's a recipe for yummy, soupy noodles. All you need to do is make few modifications and make yummy tasting maggi.
Lemon saaru is tangy, spicy, lemony, soup like curry with a flavourful seasoning. The simplest saaru you can make in 3 minutes is limbiye saaru.
The okra is cooked and seasoned with garlic to make a yummy side dish to go with rice. This is my MIL's recipe passed onto her by her granny.
Masala corn is a favourite Indian street food. This chaat is sold in small road side stalls. Make this healthy, yummy, quick snack through this recipe.
Duddali is a popular konkani dessert. Jelly-like arrow root duddali is like panna cotta that's set. These duddalis just melt in your mouth and are lovely to eat